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Department Seminars

The Department Chemistry at Clemson University typically presents several seminars each semester.  Any questions or suggestions may be directed to the department by emailing chemistry@clemson.edu. Clickling the link of the colloquia/event will access the Clemson calendar entry for that event, which contains links to the conference as well as, in many cases, additional details. Submit a seminar entry directly, or email the department.

 

Upcoming Seminars

Seminars and Workshops

    Student Seminars

    ▧ Fall 2022 Organic/Inorganic Student Seminars

    The organinc/inorganic student seminars are 4–5 p.m. Wednesdays in Hunter 100. Attendance of all graduate students is required.

    • Sept. 14: “To Be Announced” — Derek Stuerck.
    • Sept. 21: “To Be Announced” — Ebube Oyeka.
    • Sept. 28: “To Be Announced” — Samuel Kwain.
    • Oct. 5: “To Be Announced” — Madhushi Bandara.
    • Oct. 12: “To Be Announced” — Dasuni Rathnaweera.
    • Oct. 19: “To Be Announced” — Weikang Zhang.
    • Oct. 26: “To Be Announced” — Jacob Alewine.
    • Nov. 2: “To Be Announced” — Dekai Yuan.
    • Nov. 9: “To Be Announced” — Ryan Marasco.
    • Nov. 30: “To Be Announced” — Fatema Tuz Zohara.

    ▧ Fall 2022 Physical and Analytical Student Seminars

    The physical and analytical seminars are 4–5 p.m. Tuesdays in Hunter 100. Attendance of all graduate students is required. Information will be updated as it becomes available.

    • Sept. 27: “Current Methods and Challenges of Determining Heavy Metal Concentrations in Cannabis,” Cameron Stouffer (literature).
    • Oct. 4: “Electronic and Photonic Metal–Organic Frameworks” — Sourav Saha.
    • Oct. 11: “Potential for Quantitative Recoveries of Monoclonal Antibodies and Exosomes From Chinese Hamster Ovarian Cell Cultures by Two-Dimensional Liquid Chromatography” — Sarah Wysor (research update).
    • Spring 2023 Physical and Analytical Student Seminars

      The physical and analytical seminars are 4–5 p.m. Tuesdays in Hunter 100. Attendance of all graduate students is required. Information will be updated as it becomes available.

      • Jan. 24: “To Be Announced” — Jailyn Johnson.
      • Jan. 31: “Development Of Isotope Ratio Measurements Directly From Cotton Swipes With The Liquid Sampling-Atmospheric Pressure Glow Discharge Ionization Source” — Joseph Goodwin (research update).
      • Feb. 7: “Development Of X-Ray Phosphor Excited Oxygen Sensor To Quantify Oxygen Levels in the Hypoxic Tissue” — Vigjna Abbaraju (research).
      • Feb. 14: “Blending of Ionizable Polymers: Molecular Dynamics Simulation Study” — Rosita Sivaraj (research update).
      • Feb. 21: “Wearable Paper-Derived Electrochemical Biosensor to Detect Staphylococcus aureus” — Lucas Ayres (research update).
      • Feb. 28: “To Be Announced.”
      • March 7: “Silver Nanoparticles In Photovoltaic And Ammonia Sensing Applications” — Madhuka Liyanage (research update).
      • March 14: “Metal Silicate Complexes As A Versatile Intermediate For Synthesis Of Metal Nanoparticles And Complex Nanostructures” — Dimuthu Edirisinghe (research update).
      • March 28: “Determination Methods of Pesticides Residues in Agriculture” — Yu Ding (literature).
      • April 4: “Recent Developments of Biosensors for Detecting COVID-19” — Saduni Arachchi.
      • April 11: “Methods for the Detection of Pathogenic Bacteria in Food Samples” — Zahra Karimpour Kalou (literature).
      • April 18: “Improved Detection and Separation of Fentanyl Isomers Using Liquid Chromatography-Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry” — Ralph Aderorho (research update)
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